Singer-songwriter Bryan Ferry will be visiting Burghley House in Lincolnshire for a summer concert later this year on June 11.
The gig will be outdoors in the Park and concert goers can look forward to hearing the classics like Let’s Stick Together, Love is the Drug and Jealous Guy.
The venue of Burghley House near Stamford is a 16th century country residence. If you will be enjoying your holidays in Lincolnshire in June, the house and grounds are a good day out, and the concert will be a fun evening of dancing and music.
Bryan Ferry became a household name as the lead vocalist of Roxy Music, a glam art rock band who he also wrote songs for. The band had three number one albums and ten singles to hit the Top Ten singles between the years of 1972 and 1982. Ferry has also enjoyed a solo career from 1973, with hits including Slave to Love and Don’t Stop the Dance.
The concert event time is 5pm, on Saturday June 11. Advance tickets are £39.50. For more information, call 01775 768661 and for tickets, visit www.livepromotionsconcerts.co.uk
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